Super computer predicts Wolves vs Newcastle result… and it’s bad news for Rafa Benitez | Football | Sport

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Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are sitting pretty in seventh in the Premier League table having won all of their last three league games – scoring a whopping TEN goals in the process.

And, according to Football Web Pages, Wolves will make it four victories on the bounce, although tonight’s clash could be tighter than they might wish it to be.

Their supercomputer has predicted every Premier League result between now and the end of the season and correctly called wins for Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham this weekend.

They say Wolves will win 1-0 in front of their own fans tonight and that would consolidate their place in seventh and move them to just nine points behind sixth-placed strugglers Chelsea.

The result would leave Newcastle in 17th, still hovering precariously above the relegation zone.

In fact, if Football Web Pages are proved wrong and Rafa Benitez’s side lose by four goals or more, they will slip below Southampton and into the drop zone on goal difference.

Benitez is set to include record signing Miguel Almiron in his squad for the first time since his £20million switch from Atlanta United.

And he insists the battle for Premier League safety will go right down to the wire.

“It’s very tight,” he said. “I don’t think it will be easy to see any team, hopefully us, going quickly higher and staying safe. I think it will go until the end.

“You see Burnley, they are doing well, and Huddersfield will play without any pressure. They are not a bad team. Any game is difficult.

“When you are expected to win a game you are under more pressure and anxiety, and then you make one mistake.

“Hopefully we can get a result against Wolves, Huddersfield and Burnley. “Maybe Fulham, the last game, will be the most important game.

“Hopefully not, but you never know. For me, 36-38 points (will secure safety).”

Benitez was also pressed on his thoughts on the club’s transfer policy ahead of their clash with big-spending Wolves.

“I think that they are doing well,” the Toon boss added. “They have spent money. They have some good players.

“They have these things and are doing well. It’s positive for them. “I think we have to concentrate on where we are now.

“We’re in a position where we have to improve as much as we can, and that’s it.”



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